Navigating Life



“Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”

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Man's Search For Meaning

by Viktor E Frankl

François de La Rochefoucauld

"The opinions of our enemies come nearer to the truth about us than do our own opinions."

2. Work on your style

When facing a goal, do you tend to get into a high-drive gear and try to remain there 24/7? Do you operate at a low-drive level most of the time, often having to scurry to the finish line at the last minute?

Based on your tendency, you can proceed in one of the 3 ways:

  • “High drive” category: Give yourself permission to be human, to rest.
  • “Low drive” category: Do at least the minimum before chilling out.
  • “Fluctuating drive” category: Keep an eye on both bounds.
Stop Taking Things Personally
  • When people criticize you or reject you, it has way more to do with them,(their values, their priorities, their life situation) than it does with you.
  • When something you do fails, it doesn’t mean you are a failure as a person; you are a person who happens to fail sometimes.
  • When something tragic happens and you suffer, remember that hardship is part of choosing to live.

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Let them fully state their point of view about the issue/conflict/problem without interruption. What do they feel people misunderstand about them? What do they want or expect from others? 

The idea is to remain as neutral as possible. Just listening may be enough to allow someone to feel like they have the opportunity to say what’s on their mind. 

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